Labour Markets, Poverty, and Development

By Giorgio Barba Navaretti; Riccardo Faini et al. | Go to book overview
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INDEX
aggregate employment and trade liberalization 36
agriculture employment in 25 labour markets, non-clearing under poverty 244-5 real earnings in 27-8
Algeria17, 19, 20
allocative efficiency and trade liberalization 41
Argentina manufacturing sector earnings 26 non-agricultural employment 96 real wages in manufacturing 25 urban informal sector in; markets 102; working population 99 balance of payments and trade liberalization 49
Bangladesh manufacturing sector earnings 23 real wages in manufacturing 24 working population in urban informal sector 98
Baochan, labour allocation under 181-221 incentives; strong 184; weak 184-5 incentives without infrastructural investment 192-7; identical conditions 194-5; linear schedules 193-4; non-identical conditions 196-7; non-identical tastes 195-6; nonlinear schedules 194-7 infrastructural investment 198-201 investment labour, choice of 204-12; non-identical members 210-12; socially optimal 204-6 optimal, statics of 215-20 payment system 182-4; dichotomy in 185-7; workpoints 182, 188 reforming 187-92; model for 189-92 rent financing 201-4; optimal 206-12 shirking under 182, 188
begging and poverty 246
body mass index (BMI) and nutrition 229-30, 234 and wages 234
Bolivia employment and economic growth 16, 17, 19, 20 manufacturing employment 13, 14 manufacturing sector earnings 26 real wages in manufacturing 25
Brazil employment and economic growth 16, 17, 19, 20 manufacturing employment 13, 14 manufacturing sector earnings 26 non-agricultural employment 96 real wages in manufacturing 25 urban informal sector in; markets 102; working population 99
Burkina Fasso97
Burundi earnings outside agriculture 27, 28 employment and economic growth 16, 17, 19, 20
Cameroun102
capacity for work and nutritional status 222-54 and childhood history 235-9 and consumption patterns 247-9 and horizontal inequity 224-7 and poverty 243-6 and productivity 233-4 endurance, determinants 231-5 hysteresis in 227-30 nutrition-productivity model 224; curve of 241 stationary states of nutrition in 239-42 work capacity, determinants 231-5
capital flows and trade liberalization 52
capital-labour ratio in technological gap analysis 124
childhood nutritional history and poverty 235-9
Chile employment and economic growth 16, 17, 19, 20 manufacturing employment 13, 14 manufacturing sector earnings 26 non-agricultural employment 96 real wages in manufacturing 25 working population in urban informal sector 99
China employment and economic growth 16, 17, 19, 20 labour relations under collective farming, see Baochan manufacturing employment 13, 14 manufacturing sector earnings 23 real wages in manufacturing 24-5
collective farming, China, see Baochan

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